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's" couple? your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. plus twins, they stick together, they do things together, sometimes to a ridiculous extent. you're watching "early today." >>> well e, welcome back to "early today." as far as what we're going to deal with saturday, more of the same throughout the region. we won't see too many chances for rain. temperatures warm on saturday in the inner mountain west. sunday, not a lot changes. this weather pattern is set in stone at least for the next three or four days. if you're watching us on king 5 news, seattle, washington, see art. using turn tables. that's at the henry art gallery in seattle, washington. you can go there this afternoon and see the records from the '60s to the present. that's your pacific event of the day, lynn. >> thanks so much. >>> and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. well, "the dark knight rises" will finish first at the box office this weekend, but with how much? most experts see a 60% drop-off from last weekend. that would earn the film roughly $65 million, closing
communications facility on twin peaks. someone broke into that facility and cut several wires this morning. it did not impact any essential city services but since the facility is part of the city's radio network, the fbi was notified. and anyone with information on the case of vandalism is asked to call the police department's anonymous tip line. that number is 415-575-4444. you can also text a tip to tip411 with a message starting with sfpd. >>> in oakland, people are gathering near lake view elementary school right now, vowing to continue their fight to keep that school open. and these are some live pictures of the protests getting started right now across the street from the school. the organizers are the same people who staged the sit-in at the school earlier this summer themselves camped out in tents for weeks and even entered the building where they held their own summer school. the protesters are demanding the oakland school district stop plans to close five elementary schools including lake view. the superintendent tony smith has said in the past, the decision is final and can't b
24 of his paintings for just under $400,000. >>> well, coming up the tigers rally, a twin gets down and dirty, and a tie-breaking grand slam. >>> plus, what the president and first lady did when they can were caught on the kiss cam. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> and this heat wave is finally going to come to an end for the areas in the northern plains and the great lakes. it's about time too. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." and in sports last night, red won out in the battle of the sox, spoiling the return of the three-time all-star kevin youkilis to fenway. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. kevin youkilis made his return to fenway, but even a near perfect night at the plate couldn't get the white sox a win. let's go to boston. youkilis received a standing ovation, an emotional moment for him, and he fed off the electricity. three for four with a pair of doubles. but adrian gonzalez spoiled the homecomin
places so you can get unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> millions of parents say school is too easy. the center for american progress don't feel students feel challenged. the data suggests that kids aren't being pushed academically and are bored. among the survey findings. 37th of fourth graders said their math work was too easy. 67% of 8th graders felt that way about history assignments. 39% of seniors said they barely have any writing assignments. the center is recommending new curriculum standards nationwide starting in 2014. >> ready fornetwork. lady gaga. this network is very specific. let's bring in scott budman. scott, little monsters. >> this may be the first example of what the future of social network looks like. instead of shifting through face book or swit twitttwitter tl, b through a network of her and her fans. she already has more than 50 million face book fans. and more than 25 million twitter followers. how could any one possibly
unbelievable dust pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> how would you like to be the astros? you lose two straight in san francisco, and then you get to see the guy that threw a perfect game against you last time out, and that would be matt cain looking to maintain astro o ownage, and he is delivering opposite field, and make it 1-0 giants. the giants get two in that first inning. and top four, it's a 2-1 game. and here comes the astros. chris johnson, and we are tied at 2 a piece. but matt cain would settle down, and posey would continue to deliver. and that knock there brings home sandoval. and it was the right decision, and the panda is in and it's 3-2, and back to cain in the sixth, and moore gets less, and martinez. one of the runs there for cain was earned. and then a strikeout and a groundout, and giants win it 3-2, and they finish off the sweep of houston. >>> how about those a's looking to sweep the twins in minnesota, and they continue to play long ball with reckles
story out of new york, a pair of twins born along two separate freeways. the ander sorn twins couldn't wait for dad to drive them to the hospital so they were delivered on the side of the road. rescue crews delivered one with mom on a stretcher. they pulled over on the freeway to deliver baby two on the ambulance. both babies and mom are doing just fine. >> the ones not doing fine are the rescue crews. they deserve a drink. >> very successful, both babies are healthy. thank you for joining us. we'll see you back here at 6:00. >>> on our broadcast tonight from london murder charges against that suspect in the colorado movie theater massacre. later they will decide if he's sane. the death penalty is a possibility. >>> mitt romney now in poland but it's what he said about israel that followed him there. >>> and here at the olympics when a woman starts swimming faster times than ryan lochte, people start asking questions. well, she is and they are. >>> plus, up close and personal with ryan lochte. tonight he shows us what it took to get here. "nightly news" from london to get here. "nigh
and a wild scene between the rangers and the twins and it had nothing to do with the game. you're watching "early today." >>> very good morning to you. welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. u.s. military officials confirmed six american soldiers were killed in afghanistan yesterday. they died in the blast of an improvised explosive device in wardak about 40 miles west of the capital of kabul. >>> they are still counting votes in libya's first parliamentary election since the fall of moammar gadhafi. they are calling for those to create a grand coalition government. >>> in egypt, the new islamist president morsi is ordering parliament to reconvene. it's his first sign of definian against the military. the parliament w dissolved last month after an order from a military-backed court. >>> in jordan, a heated debate on tv became violent when a lawmaker threw a shoe at another politician and then pulled a gun. the host of the debate separated the two men and there were no injuries. >>> and in china, a blindfolded acrobat walki
told you about the mother diagnosed with the flesh eating bacteria days after giving birth to twins. she's undergone 20 surgical procedures. this morning she'll open up about her recovery for the first time in an exclusive live interview. >>> the blame game in london. who pulled the plug on concert performance by music legend bruce springsteen and paul mccartney. you just don't do that. the story in a minute. >>> we begin with the return of the brutal heat. the weather channel's stephanie abrams in for al this morning. >> good morning. we'll talk more about the heat in just a minute. but first i want to take you into houston and talk more about the lightning strike that killed two during a soccer game and injured another. they were taking shelter under a tree, the absolute worst spot you can be because lightning will go to the highest point. one man died at the scene, a second taken to the hospital, a third treated for burns. >>> the temperatures, the plains, midwest all the way to the northeast, we will see the 90s. we will see the triple digit readings yet again, all thanks to a b
this commotion during the rangers and twins day. >>> and we managed to finish on a cool note, be prepared for changes, pleasantton, getting into the low 90s. by the middle part of the week, 100 degrees, the full forecast is coming up in just moments [ horn honks ] ♪ ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the moist, chewy, deliciousness you desire. mmmm. thanks. at 90 calories, the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. galiardi. >>> extreme weather in texas tonight as lightning struck dangerously close to rangers ballpark in arlington, there as you saw the runners running for cover. the cameras went black for a moment as the loud crack went through the stadium during the rangers-twins game today. the officials say it was most likely caused by an electrical surge, the game was temporarily delayed. they were kind of scared. >>> and today, storms in texas and new mexico, in the area, flying debris killed a 28-year-old woman sitting in her car in a grocery store parking lot. >>> and in new jersey, a woman is in critical condition after being
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get them wrong that is okay. that also helps us. >> will it make a difference? at the table are twin sisters christina and patience and cassie, an honors student who has told her mom she doesn't like it when other kids try to copy her work. >> she felt very bad that somebody was cheating off of her, that that was doing them a disservice because they are not learning by that. >> and 11-year-old unctrey, trey for short. >> his name means to be honest, upright and righteous. >> can trey live up to that big name? he is the youngest kid we are testing today. i will give you a few minute to us do it, okay? once again, the actors start cheating during the individual test. >> emily watson. >> the twins go along, helping each other out. >> that fraternal bond. >> they should have split those twins up. >> what is the name of justin bieber's new perfume. >> here comes the real test. >> cassie and trey are adamant, don't do it. please don't. please don't. >> is the boldest push back we have seen in the library yet. >> put away your phone. please put away your phone. >> no, you could just watch t
'll have more grandkids than any sitting president in u.s. history. the newest arrivals, tag's twin boys conceived through suhr gacy. >> the twins are six weeks oel. >> they were born by surrogate. that's a personal choice and you made it public and tweeted about it. why did you make that decision? >> we tried for a long time to have another child and weren't able to do it. we found someone who was willing to do it for us, and she became very close to the family. she offered to do it, and we took her up on it. >> did you consult your parents about it? what did they say? >> not really. it was a personal choice between my wife and me. it's something we felt good about. >> politically the image of this aattractive, well-to-do family cuts both ways. their life of privilege plus a reported $100 million trust fund continues to draw harsh scrutiny in a campaign season focused on the economy. the criticism is a family like yours can't understand what the average american family is dealing with right now. i guess the question very simply put, matt, is, are you out of touch? >> it's hard for us to
are dying. >> this is going to be at least a 50% loss, maybe more. >> reporter: his twin sons are facing the same losses -- a family suffering through a drought that's deepening. in the last week, the regions of the country in extreme to exceptional drought conditions has jumped from just 13.5% to more than 20%, an area slightly larger than california and new york combined. >> in the next ten days if we don't get major rain here they're bordering on disaster, complete disaster. >> reporter: but the drought's impact goes beyond the field. lisa mcdaniels worries about the mounting stress on her husband and sons. >> i know what david and i have been through but i just don't want that on them at all. >> reporter: there's also worry in town at the chevy dealership. >> truck sales are about 50% of our business and i would say right now the way things are going we're probably looking at a 20% decrease in sales. >> reporter: at a local farm supply tractor sales are anticipated to drop 30% to 40%. just ten miles up the road from here at the old town hall gift shop they're taking a hit as well. ch
that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> tomorrow morning, the ncaa is expected to punish penn state for the jerry sandusky child sex abuse scandal. the case is tarnished the legend of the late football coach, joe paterno, and today the university removed his statue. nbc's brian mooar has that story. >> reporter: once a shrine to the winningest coach in football history, the monument to penn state's joe paterno was unceremoniously dismantled. a blue tarp blocked the public view as penn state history was rewritten by construction workers. a sad day in a place known as happy valley. >> trying to wipe it from history. >> i think he deserves better. >> not everyone agrees. >> i was in favor of them taking it down. glad they did it quickly. >> the statue was an unwanted reminder of the child sex abuse scandal involving jerry sandusky. an independent investigation found paterno and others -- jerry sandusky could face life behind bars. penn state football faces a different judge and jury, the ncaa. on m
on wednesday. twin tunnels would carry water from the sacramento water to the state's aqua detective and the governor says it will make the water line more stable and virnltsal groups launched their own campaign to defeat the plan and say it would destroy delta habitat and needs more review. >> shoppers could be paying more at the checkout. a valid measure has been improved for the november election that would raise the sales tax by a half cent. if voters proof it, it would raise nearly $64 million annually and expire in 15 years. it would make it among the highest in the country in san jose. >>> a bay area airport taking a hit and losing its value. 1.4 million dollars of outstanding bonds for mineta-san jose international airport. other competition from nearby airports and limited cost cutting options. the bonds were lowered to aaa b plus to a minus. the cost willing up by 200,000 a year. >>> a fat food chain boycotted in two major cities will not open in the south bay today. the grand opening of the chick-fil-a in san jose is being delayed because the operator says the building isn
. only 92. but excessive heat warnings are up across the midwest as the twin cities soared to a record high this afternoon of 98. it's going to be another blistering day in chicago. their 20th 90-degree day this season already two more than an average summer. for the 4th the hottest weather outside of the deserts will be in the middle of the country, not record setting, but all above average temperatures in some cases 10 degrees above average. on the 4th there will be thunderstorms in the northeast from boston to d.c. to atlanta. in washington's case, natalie, maybe the only way to stay cool on the 4th without power without air conditioning is to head outside and stand in the rain. >> all right. mike seidel, you at least try to stay cool there in washington, d.c. thank you. >>> further west, the job of fighting fires has taken a deadly turn as a c-130 air tanker from the north carolina air national guard crashed in south dakota sunday with a crew of six. this latest tragedy adding to the toll as wildfires continued to burn in ten states. nbc's miguel almaguer went into the fire zone to
are vowing to fight governor brown's proposal to dig a 37-mile tunnel. the 37-mile twin tunnels would carry water from the river to the state's aqueduct. that pipeline would make the water supply more stable while protecting fish from the delta's pumps. >> we know definitely about climate change and we know that with the faster snowmelt, that these levies can be overwhelmed. we also know the levies can't be mixed in the way some of the critics are recommending. and we also know that the threat is real. >> you build it, they'll use it. yeah. build the tunnel, it will be used someday. and it will destroy the delta in the process. >> some environmental groups launched their own campaign to try and defeat the land saying it would destroy delta habitats. >>> still ahead at 5:00, nothing friendly about this. a killer whale caught on camera turning on its trainer. >>> plus -- >> i don't want someone to stop and go by and say, oh, she had a facelift. >> life-saving treatments that cause medical improvements. it promises long-term benefits without going under the knife. >>> a new report shows how ch
over .500 for the first time since may 21. game two against the twins, with two out, the do you believe here and josh redick was on base and scores. then two batters later, still two out, chris carter, the monster shot to left. that's his fourth of the year. huge for him. that gives the a's a 4-0 lead. with one on, one out, getting in on the act. a two-run home run. smith, moss also had home runs in this game as the a's currently lead 8-2. >>> bastille day made more exciting in the 13th stage of the tour de france. bradley wiggins retains the overall lead and still has the yellow jersey. stage 14, a 119-mile trek with two rather big climbs. >>> semifinals. cocoa vanderway. the american forehand was very strong. two early breaks, handing the 20-year-old opening set 6-2. this one gets pushed into a third set. but vanderway just too long, winning through her first wta tour semifinals, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2. if you haven't exercised in a long time, this weekend's fit expo has more than enough ideas to get you going. there are hundreds of experts and exhibits at the convention center in michael jack
to show you from the twins/orioles game. foul ball. baltimore's mark reynolds tracked it down, made the grab, hit the wall and went head over heels. he put his body on the line and tumbled over the line. all for not. riptide wiped out. lost control of his atv and there he goes. hit the dirt, slammed into the wall. that didn't stop old riptide. popped right back up, hopped back on that four wheeler. the life of a minor league mascot isn't glamorous but it's always funny. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> hugs and wishes, she hadn't gone there. jackie chen takes it all back. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, for centuries horses have inspired artists, but today in indiana art is inspiring one horse. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today" on wednesday morning. 20% of a chance of showers down near los angeles. that's why we have a chance of a thunderstorm there. otherwise, the best chance for showers will be up there in oregon near the upper level low later today. as we look at tomorro
's the difference. indians cage the tigers, 3-2. >>> to chicago where the twins' josh williamson hit not one but two home runs against the white sox. unfortunately he was the only minnesota player that did anything. sox win big, 11-4. >>> to london where team usa played their final exhibition game before the olympics. got off to another slow start against spain. but carmelo anthony sparks the offense late in the first half, knocking down five three-pointers and finishing with 27 points. the americans pull away in the third quarter off the turnover. lebron james flies in for the dunk. the dream team wins, 100-78. their first game of the olympics is sunday versus france. and here's what they'll be playing for. the medals of the 2012 olympic games were unveiled yesterday. there will be about 2,100 medals awarded, each with the emblem of the london games. of course, the olympics starts this friday with the opening ceremony on nbc. and that's your look at sports on "early today." i'm mario solis. >>> well, the latest rumors on "american idol" judges. >>> and kate gosselin ready for love and a new tv show
. >>> well, coming up, the braves avoid the broom, twin blasts from one met, and golf's british open gets under way. >>> plus, 2012's dream team gets fancy against their opponents from across the pond. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> the weekend forecast is all about rain in the southeast and the heat wave relentlessly in the central plains. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." and in sports a red sox slugger hit his third three-run homer in the last two nights, this time for a clutch walk-off victory. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> good morning. this week's series between the red sox and white sox has had just about everything, and now you can add a walk-off to the list. we've got a ball game, and the red sox couldn't get anything going until the ninth. two aboard for cody ross, and he took addison reed deep, game-winning smash over the green monster. third home run in two games. boston walked off with a 3-1 win. the mets' davi
or conjoined twins. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. that will haunt you all day. >> i'll speak for everyone that has just seen that video and say we all could have done without it. >> i totally disagree. i think it's freakishly adorable. >> when i go to bed tonight -- >> the other half who might be saying double the cuteness. >> the other half, the other 1% maybe? >> possibly .5%. >> friday the 13th video brought to you by lynn. good morning, everyone. timely i get to use my storm tracker radar in southern california of all polices. areas of heavy rain moving through locations that don't get a lot of wet weather this time of year. los angeles, you look like you're dry going south on i-5. we are getting some rain here. we have some lightening strikes by high land and yuka valley. interstate 40 if you're heading up towards vegas, you'll be dodging some storms. all the green showing rain. this is where some thunderstorms were. for the most part they were in the desert area. they may sneak up to th
is about to be the daddy of two twin boys. >> tell us what gave you the idea to do this? >> when we came to new york in 1985 from italy, i noticed how diverse this society is as opposed to the italian one. at the same time through the years, how much we do have in common. then as i traveled and i married my wife 12 years ago, who is african-american, i got to experience firsthand how much we do share as human beings and americans. >> sure. >> how long did it take you to venture all across the country? >> eventually seven years, 16,000 miles by car. >> and it wasn't so much the pictures you took, which are all wonderful, but the stories behind the pictures, right? >> yeah. >> you went all the way to alaska. tell us about what happened in alaska. >> tell us about new york city. i think we need to do them in order. >> yes. that's why hoda is here. >> wait. that doesn't look like new york city to me. >> looks like alaska to me. >> what i was saying is alaska. start with that, if you wouldn't mind. >> well, alaska was the most exciting just because of the mail round, they call it. i went on a
for cooper island at a site known as the twin wrecks. keith royal has been down to the twin wrecks hundreds of times. >> there are two wrecks sitting right next to each other, bow to stern and there's a gap between them. >> david swain and his friend christian were both certified scuba instructors. and shelley tyre was no novice. in her logbook she had recorded over 350 dives. now, divers with comparable experience will tell you that diving the twin wreck site with the nice, flat sandy bottom, great visibility is about as challenging as a walk in the park on a sunny day. at about noon that day, the caribbean soul tied up at the twin wrecks, and in a sometimes tourist ocean, they would have the dive site all to themselves. then david and shelley made their dive plan. >> this particular time it was decided that we'd go down first, shelley and i. >> david swain says she and shelley made a routine entry into the water and then made their way down over the reef and over to the twin wreck site. >> she went off with her slates and started counting fish and i started taking pictures. >> as they eac
pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> leaders of the catholic church in the south bay say the church has been burglarized three times in one week. thousands of dollars worth of musical instruments were stolen, and despite that, the parish gathered for mass today to make music and send a message to the community. nbc bay area's kimberly terry is at the church in east san jose with their story. hello, kimberly. >> reporter: hello, diane. nearly every musical instrument that this church has is gone. but the thieves couldn't take the parishioners' voices. and today this church was filled with music as father john pettigo asked his congregation to simply keep faith. thieves raided the music store's room on june 28th taking an estimated $16,000 worth of gear including guitars and amps. then on july 3rd after the church changed those locks, burglars struck again. on july 4th, everything else inside that room was taken including some old broken instruments. this is a huge los
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ken salazar. the twin tunnels would carry -- the governor says the pipeline would make the water supply more stable while protecting fish from the delta's pumps. >> we know very definitely about climate change and we know with the faster snow melt, that these levees can be overwhelmed and we also know the levees can't be fixed in the way some of the critics are recommending and we also know the seismic threat is real. >> remember the movie "field of dreams" if you build it, they'll use it. build the tunnel and it will be used some day and it will be -- >> they say the pipeline would destroy delta habitats. fewer felons are skipping out on probation under the state's new realignment system. nearly 40,000 inmail inmates wed to could have been jails or released. under the new system, 4% of felons failed to report to their probation officers. under the old system, it was 14%. convicts have extra incentive to play by the rules, they can be released from supervision after three months if they don't have any further infractions. >>> 80-year-old william ayers, former head of the american
into the communications facility on twin peaks and cut several wires this morning. police say none of the wiring was stolen. and that the vandalism did not impact any essential city services. but there are reports that some of the city's police and fire stations are dispatched from that facility. and since it is part of the city's radio network, the fbi was notified as well. so anybody with information on this case of vandalism is asked to call the police department's anonymous tip line at this number. you can also text a tip -- a tip, 411, with a message starting sfpd. >>> happening right now, firefighters from the bay area helping crews fight this wildfire burning in placer county near the town of forest hill and colfax. the fire has burned 20 acres so far, and officials say it is 30% contained. one home has been destroyed, another 100 strengthed. 11 firefighters have been injured as well. nbc has more on the fire, and how it affects the amount of fire coverage we have here in the bay area. >> reporter: diane, for a few months firefighters warned about dry conditions throughout the bay area. t
, bottom of the second, john willingham, a former a, 1-0 twins, johnny gomes grand slam to left, his third grand slam of the season that is for the as. the as were leading at that point 4-1, and right now it's a close one, 4-3 as we'll have the complete highlights coming up tonight at 11:00. >> and for a full half hour of sports coverage you can watch sports net comcast bay area. and whitney will follow the game at 11:00. the giants are next on nbc bay area. have a great night. >> good night. [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: dinner...is...served. tonight, take it easy and enjoy your favorite soup, salad and hot, hearty sub. like the toasty big hot pastrami melt. get to your local subway for some dinnertime deliciousness tonight. subway. eat fresh.
believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> now to an nbc bay area follow-up. we now know the cause of this four-alarm fire that took place last month. investigators say welders accidentally sparked the flames as they were attaching a ladder to a wall. the fire did more than $2 million of damage to the two story water front building along the erk bambarcadero. the building was largely vacant but work workers had been there preparing for next year's america's cup sailing race. >>> a federal trial that could determine the future of smart phones including iphones got underway today with jury selection, it's a $2.5 billion lawsuit that contests what apple can claim and patent as their investigation. >> reporter: apple, samsung, just about every smart phone maker is watching this case for sure, but before you think that it's just a corporate courtroom battle, you should know that if you use a smart phone, you could get caught in the cross fire. apple says samsung copied its smart phone and tablet, samsung says that what app
, atlanta at 90 degrees on sunday, more thunderstorms from the twin cities back through the northern rockies. we head out toward your sunday, the mid-atlantic stretching to the great lakes and chicago, more showers and thunderstorms for you. texas, 94 and houston with showers in eastern texas. monday, back to work, more thunderstorms across the carolinas stretching back on through parts of the middle mississippi river valley. hey, every morning on the weather chaj nnel at 6:00 a.m. eastern, you can always "wake up with al." ...so you can take the man outta new jersey, but you can't take your pants off in a museum." [ laughs ] ted, i can't wait to take you home and run my fingers through that adorable hair. who says we need to wait 'til home? ♪ hey, i don't come here for the ambiance. axe hair? [ male announcer ] with teddy bear hair you can get away with anything. get some of your own with axe hair. come see ted in theatres. rated r. ♪ mr. parker! sir... excuse me, excuse me... can i get you to sign off on the johnson case... ♪ we built this city! don't let food hang around. ♪ on roc
midwest with. severe storms a possibility for those of you in the twin cities. also with theleting of the day, likely we'll see more showers and storms impacting travel along i-10 and i-75 in southern georgia and florida. your temperatures, once again a lot of pink on the map, indicating triple digits from chicago back toward kansas city, also louisville, sweating it out at 103 degrees. so the water parks might be a good option, if not just try to get somewhere with a/c. showers and storms firing up over the fires in colorado. we like the rain there. also watching out for showers and storms from little rock to birmingham, right on down toward panama city. there could be a stray shower or storm popping up for your beach plans. there's a look at saturday's highs, 100 degrees in new york city. while we do have a cold front moving through the midwest cooling us down in minneapolis and chicago, it's going to get worse before it gets any better along the immediate east coast. now we're into sunday. we see the showers and storms along with that cold front across the ohio valley, the tenne
is a triathlete. she is the mother of twin 8-year-old children. she was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer. she underwent the whipple procedure which is very tough. the surgery reroutes everything. it's tough. two weeks after her surgery, molly was back on her bike. >> are you on the phone? molly? >> she is in remission and training for her next triathlon. hi, molly! hi, kara. how are you doing? >> we're great. we are very excited. really excited. >> wow, we can't wait to see you. i cannot believe you were on a bike two weeks after surgery. >> i love to bike. yes, i was crazy to get back on my bike. >> you're 100% training for a new triathlon? >> i am training to hopefully do an ironman soon. >> you are insane. >> yes! i agree with hoda for once. we look forward to seeing you thursday, okay? have a nice trip up. >> we are very, very excited. thank you. >> so glad you're doing so well. usually sara does this, but we are going to do it. favorites of the week. >> fan of the week. >> it's a guy! >> steve peacock from selma, indiana. he is a military veteran who served in vietnam and the gulf w
murder of her twin sons two years ago. >> i want someone to be seen not as a snitch but as someone who cares, because if you speak up, you're going to help save lives. >> in oakland, nbc bay area news. >> also at 6:00, a long-awaited reyuan non. there you see a lot of smiles, they haven't been allowed to see each other, hug or even kiss for six months, today suspended sever ross mirkarimi was arrested in january in connection with a new year's eve argument. we spoke one-on-one with illiana lopez, she tells us she is relieved this phase of the ethics hearing is over. she does have regrets. her first regret that cell phone video which has been at the heart of the matter. she made that video because her neighbor ivory madison who's an attorney said she could lose custody of her 3-year-old son because she did not have a green card. >> the media took my s-- the vi my son's father away from him. the video make us stress for six months, we both act for fear, which act was worse, the bruise or the video. >> illiana lopez sitting down saying she's working on mending the relationship with her hu
diagnosis brought long-lost sisters back together. >> reporter: they say twins have a special bond. >> i move here, she moves here. it just -- it's weird. >> reporter: washington state sisters stephanie and kim shared everything, including cancer. >> everything steph gets i get. >> reporter: stephanie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. kim a year later. both got double mastectomies, preventive hysterectomies and similar tattoos to cover their scars. but it turned out they also shared something else, the breast cancer gene mutation brca1. >> that explains why i got family. >> reporter: the twins wanted to warn other family members to get tested. but there was a catch. >> we were adopted in ft. lauderdale, florida. >> reporter: they had no idea who their biological mother was and the record across the country in florida were sealed until a genetic counselor from seattle swedish medical center stepped in. >> i said to the judge that this information is critical for the medical care of her biological family. >> reporter: the records were unsealed. while the twins learned their m
mayor, rupert murdoch, ronnie wood, murray's girlfriend, federer's twin, posh and becks, pippa and kate. who has been following and feeling every tense moment of the action. >> nothing like this in our lifetime or parents' lifetime. the most amazing thing. >> reporter: in the end, a british victory was not to be. the emotion impossible to swallow for virtually everyone cheering him on. >> the support has been incredible. thank you. >> reporter: and for the women, it was serena williams beating back injuries and her polish opponent to claim her fifth victory matching sister venus's wimbledon record and becoming the first woman in her 30s to win since martina navratilova in 1990. the williams sisters together also grabbed the doubles victory. next stop for them and roger federer and andy murray, the olympics right here at wimbledon, now just days away. it was interesting for both men's and women's you had a 30-year-old player beating one in their 20s. speaking of 30 years old if you wonder why prince william was not present at this moment, he chose a different sport. he went surfing with
"twins" cap triplets" with arnold schwarzenegger? >> yes. >> when? tell about it. >> you got two guy, arnold and i. we have the desire to do it. when what we need is the screen play. we want to do something really good. so we're going to find a gre great -- >> it can't be all bare feet. >> no, no. >> bare feet and sunglasses. >> if you missed it, you missed it, maybe we'll see you in new york. >> more to come >>> back now in our "olympic kitchen." in a moment we'll do some cooking with jamie oliver. first a story about how he's doing more than just serving food in his great london restaurant. take a look. 40 years ago kevin was playing with fire. >> i was involved with gangs, fights. >> his life was heading from bad to worse. >> at the age of 18, i went into prison four times. i was just heading down the wrong path completely. >> but he was handed a life line and cooking has changed his life. for ten years, jamie oliver has offered second chances to undervalued youth. because of its success, there are now locations in cornwall, england and amsterdam. >> it's that who wiholistic app t
famed highway 12. she'll be here to show us the fun the twins had along the way. >> first inside to the news desk. tamron hall with the top stories. hey, tamron. >> hey, willie, everyone. more than a million customers waiting for electricity to be restored after weekend storms that swept from ohio to washington, d.c. high winds damage power lines, uprooted trees and killed at least 22 people. meantime blistering heat will stretch from the midwest to the mid-atlantic states today. british drugmaker glaxcosmithkline agreed to pay $3 billion in fines to settle cases involving different drugs. that's the largest settlement for health care fraud in u.s. history. the justice department says glaxcosmithkline promoted the popular paxil and wellbutrin for unapproved uses. also failed to disclose avandia could cause heart problems. >>> dara torres has retired. the 45-year-old swimmer came a up short last night in her final bid to make a record sixth olympic team. >>> tarmoh with drew from the tiebreaking runoff for the spot in the 100 meter. she conceded to training partner allyson felix s
, tag's twin boys conceived through surrogacy. >> you and your wife have six kid. the twins were born recently. >> yeah, they're six weeks old. >> reporter: they were born by surrogate. that's a very personal decision. walk us through that choice. >> we tried for a long time to have another child and weren't able to do it. we found someone who was willing to do it for us. she became close to the family and offered to do it and we took her up on it. >> reporter: did you consult your parents? >> not really. it was a personal choice between my wife and me and certainly we felt good but. we wanted to add to the family so we decided to do it. >> it turns out four of the final romney sons initially didn't want their father to run for president again this year. this time around they are now all on board. >> peter, thank you very much. you can see more of peter's interview on "rock center" with brian williams. >> it's now 20 minutes after the hour. here's savannah. >> it was a case of double duty for a utah state trooper recallier this week when he was called in to help deliver a set of 2010s
. >> okay. not only celebrating independence but also birthdays. we have twins here sam and sarah. are you riding anything under that hat? nothing. what's it feel like to be double digits now. do you feel old? >> weird. >> weird. double digits. just wait until you hit your 30s. let's have a look at the forecast across the country and who you that is going to be hot. we could see storms but storms will wane throughout the day. here is a look at the forecast as we to the eveninghours. all of the storms will be scattered and isolated in >>> happy fourth of july. temperatures today are going to be on the warm side inland. san jose 88 degrees. but take a look at some of your coastal numbers. san francisco, 75, 80 in santa cruz, perfect for a beach barbecue. as we head through tonight, staying mostly clear at 9:00 p.m. when the fireworks s.t.a.r.start to shoot off, 62. temperatures level off for the upcoming weekend. >> this couple getting married at central park, congratulations give them love. if you're getting married today or any other day, weather.com is where you can find your wedding fore
in the country. we'll do the twin sister road trip tomorrow on "today." that's so fun. i'm natalie morales along with willie geist and tamron hall. is that vacation or work? >> vacation. >> a good gig. meanwhile if you're thinking about taking a family trip, how about camping with the kids, enjoy the outdoors. even if you haven't done it, what you need to know to ensure everybody, including tamron, has a good time. >> i say include an exit plan but i could be persuaded with s'mores. weather, a casual picnic, weekend at the beach. what to bring a host. creative ideas, perfect gift for any occasion. look at that, that's great. play a new game. dominos. >> on another note, today nbc news is launching latino.com, english language news and lifestyle featuring hispanic perspectives on family, food. i'm proud to say i'm a contributor. be sure to check out nbclatino.com. we're excited about this. stephanie abrams here for al. >> i love camping. you know you can camp in central park. what do you guys say? >> legally? >> yes. they have on friday nights or something. do you know about this? maybe we should
was among the first celebrities to offer baby-sitting help to the couples' twins by congratulating via twitter saying welcome to the familiar, mariah carey. when you and nick cannon need a date night, i'm happy to strap on the double baby bjorn. >> not confirming any other decisions on the idol judging panel, which includes randy jackson. new judges could be announced as early as the coming weeks. a lot of moving parts. everybody waiting to hear. >> the big question, can mariah be mean? coming up, much more from matt lauer and meredith vieira stops by, after your local news. hi. i'm timothy. i came from the garden. [ cindy ] is he for us? mom, dad... i'm getting that feeling. [ male announcer ] on august 15th comes the family movie of the summer. why are you smiling? i can only get better. [ male announcer ] and once you meet timothy green... [ laughs ] i never thought i'd hear that laugh again. [ male announcer ] ...you'll never be the same. that little guy of yours -- he's something special. [ cindy ] everyone he touches, he changes. [ male announcer ] "the odd life of timothy green,
, have a bed that doesn't have to be a regular old twin bed. i as a single person in my 20s could live in a space this big. your shoes won't fit into this. >> my wig won't fit into it. this is the size of like a hotel room. >> a small hotel room. >> a small hotel room. >> this would look a lot smaller. >> could i live like that, yeah, if i had to. i grew up in a housing project. >> what do you expect to pay for a spaces like this? they are projecting they will go for just under $2,000 a month. >> now that's despicable. >> i thought you were going to say $800 to $1,000. >> every young person would love to have an apartment like this. >> $1200. >> not for $2,000. >> this caught my eye. we talked about fees airlines charging for extra baggage, meals, leg room, changing a reservation. well, nobody is proposing this. but a survey was taken by airfare watchdog.com. they asked the question, would you pay an extra fee to get off the plane faster once you arrive after a trip at the terminal. would you guys pay that fee? >> i think it's a terrible idea. go back to class warfare. bow, you're sett
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